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     >> putting and wife to work is a very dangerous thing. pregnancy is a wonderful thing for the woman, a wonderful thing for the husband, it is an inconvenience for a business. all i was requesting was a break that everyone had agreed to during lunch hour so that i could excuse myself and put my baby food in the privacy of the room. >> i may have said that is disgusting or something else. i thought it was terrible. she is a horrible person. we can cyclically correct, that the look does not matter. you would not have your job if you are not beautiful. >> his policies are very backwards. >> someone you would vote for? >> no. >> ladies and gentlemen, please welcome senator houston
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     we go high. [cheering] with every word we utter, with every action we take, we know our kids are watching us. we as parents are the most important role model. let me tell you, barack and i take that same approach to our jobs as president and first lady wordse we know that our and actions matter, not just to our girls, but the children across this country. [cheering] kid to tell as i saw you on tv, i wrote the report on you for school. kids like the little black boy who looked up at my husband, his eyes wide with hope and he wondered, as my hair like yours? [cheering] it, thisistake about november, when we get to the polls, that is what we are decided. not democrat or republican, not left to right, in this election,
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     atorney general will be belligerent against the loan sharks and racketeers that rob the urban poor in our cities. i pledge to you the new attorney general will open a new front against the narcotics sellers who are threatening the lives of our children in this country. [applause] mr. nixon: because my friends, let this message come through clear from what i say tonight. time is running out for the merchants of crime and corruption in american society. not goingf crime is to be the wave of the future in the united states of america. [applause] we shall reestablish freedom from the air in america so that america can take the lead in reestablishing freedom from fear in the world. to those who say law and order is the code word for racism,
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     rethink possible. >>> so what in a sense you're saying is that there are certain situations, the houston plan, that part of it was one of them, where the president can decide that it's in the best interest of the nation or something and do something illegal? >> well, when the president does it, that means that it is not illegal. >> by definition? >> exactly.
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     be clear by now to everyone. i hope that no american -- i hope that no american, considering the really critical issues facing this country, will waste his franchise and throw away his vote by voting either for me or against me because of my religious affiliation. it is not relevant. i am telling you what you are entitled to know: as i come before you seeking your support for the most powerful office in the free world -- i am saying to you that my decisions on every public policy will be my own, as an american, as a democrat, and as a free man.
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     pride and gratification, yet one cannot help but reflect the deep sadness that we feel over the troubles which have erupted and the violence which have erupted regrettably and tragically in the streets of this great city. and for the personal injuries which have occurred. [applause] hubert humphrey: surely, we have now learned the lessons that violence breeds counter violence , and it cannot be condoned of whatever the source. [applause]
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     iowa, next week on book tv. >> extremism and advance of liberty is no vice. [applause] thank you. thank you. and let me remind you also that moderation and the pursuit of
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     continue an undemocratic war. >> a scene of wild disorder on this, the night of the presidential nomination to this democratic convention. >> it was a police riot. i had never seen that before in my life. i had never seen groups of uniformed policemen going after civilians. there were pools of blood on michigan avenue. >> the whole world is watching. >> with george mcgovern as president of the united states, we wouldn't have to have gestapo tactics in the streets of chicago. [ cheers and applause ]
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     the whole factor show tonight? >> right. >> bill: do you have any idea what this racism thing is all about? i don't get. this. >> sure. >> bill: go ahead. >> sure. look, the president stands -- runs the risk of not being reelected unless the african-american community turns out to the degree it did in 2008 and gives him what they gave him in 2008.
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     we will bring you live coverage from the national railroad museum in green bay. looking back at past democratic convention speeches. this next one, ce-presidential candidate al gore accepting his party's nomination at the 1992 convention. he stayed out because his son had been hit by a car a few years earlier. his speeches about half an hour. [applause]
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     [cheers and applause] my father and mother, wallace and bobbie edwards, are also here tonight. [cheers and applause] you taught me the values that i carry in my heart -- faith, family, responsibility, opportunity for everyone. you taught me that there's dignity and honor in a hard day's work. you taught me to always look out for our neighbors, to never look down on anybody, and treat everybody with respect. those are the values that john kerry and i believe in. and nothing makes me prouder than standing with him in this campaign. i am so humbled to be your candidate for vice president of the united states. [cheers and applause]
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     >> the funny thing is, they are. i am originally from michigan and i spent a lot of time there now. they are. one difference between this convention in our lifetime and conventions 50 or 100 years ago
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     not for the hardship but for the adjustments people make, and cash is a good way to go about shopping, right? >> any time somebody examines their behavior, despite the fact that sometimes these things happen because of bad moments, i'm okay with that because ultimately what people are going to do is adjust their spending. they are going to look at different ways to spend their hard-earned dollars and a little less swing which, neil, as you know, swing is a very disconnected process that makes people feel like they are not spending money. >> let's say you're shopping for a lot of people and carry cash, you almost look like a drug dealer if you've got a bag full of cash. is that practical, or what do you do? how do you advise people on that? >> i know, i can commiserate with that. i'm not exactly one to carry cash myself. i always feel like i couldn't actually defend myself very well. the reality is a lot of apps and a lot of convenience items are helping with this. you look at starbucks. they have the nice convenient smartphone app that changes consumer habits, and, neil, i think the trends are going to be more in that direction, where if
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     wasserman schultz as the new leader who is replacing tim kaine. karen finney used to be the communications director for the dnc and now a democratic strategi strategist. what will be debbie's strength coming in as the leader of the dnc? >> she brings a lot, actually. she's a young working mom. she's from florida which is a critical state. she's very dynamic. she's a great fund-raiser. she's great on television. so she's a great messenger for the democratic party, which is critical. and i think she has broad appeal within the party and among independents as well. very important we have someone as our chairwoman who can appeal to the progressive base. i think she does. >> at this point in time, you have -- you're going into a re-election campaign with president obama, he's got a strong fund-raising ability himself, he's the incumbent president, makes it a little bit easier. she's on her fourth term in
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     trifecta as you could get, we've got great jobs, seven times more jobs created this month than last month, cheap money, mortgage rates under 4% so people could buy a bigger house, and what we have, we have a ton of people coming into the market and a shortage of listings. we have 6% fewer homes on the market now than we had 12 months ago so people are panicked, i can't get my hands on the house that they just fell in love with, they're saying. >> it sounds like a good time to test the market. what advice would you give potential sellers? >> well, the most important thing is to realize that you cannot overprice a home and that's nothing new and then try to bring it down in small increments. nobody wants it and you'll get the low bidders to come out and bid on your house. and the second, most important thing is, hire professional photographers to take pictures of your house. everyone shops online and if you don't have great pictures online nobody is coming to see your house. that's the new curb appeal in today's modern world. those are the two most important things. >> go ahead. >> bruce, i see you nodding your head up there. you want to jump in here? >> yeah, i do. you know, barbara, i have -- >> i have a house to sell you, bruce.
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     night of music and debauchery. we say welcome to the emcee of cabaret, randy harrison joining us on "the 9". thanks for being here. let's talk about the fact that cabaret is 50 years old. are you finding a lot of people who are new to the show, perhaps a new generation who this is fresh for them? >> yeah, i think so. this is a very new version. and people who are used to the movie, this is a completely different show. >> talk to us about what happens inside the kit-kat club. >> yeah. everything. >> i know [ laughter ] >> i mean, the kit-kat club is a berlin cabaret nightclub. this was a specific time in german history. so it was very liberal. it was very sexual. very sensual. very politically engaged cabaret scene. >> this is a little bit of the show on the screen. i have watched your transformation from what you are in front of me to the emcee. you know, make-up and hair and eyebrows. we see an awful lot of your body in this show.
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     have the compressions shorts and i wear the compression shirt. i play with tommie copper sleeves on. you don't realize it's there, it doesn't get in the way and i don't get that pain anymore. none. welcome back to tommie copper tv and please welcome from atlanta, georgia, professional golfer matt icard and from katonah, new york, scratch golf, amateur golfer, mr. phil wright. welcome you both to tommie copper tv. how you doing? talk to me for a second. you want to become a pro golfer. you want to get your pro card or something? i want to be on the pga tour, yes sir. and so what's been going on? what's been stopping you from getting there? a little bit of pain here and there. and just being able to play more than i do right now. it's tough walking around out there on that course, right? got some aches and pains? yes definitely through my knee and my ankle. now how do you think tommie copper could help you get your card? i need to be ale to be on the course 12, 14 hours a day and practice. and play. and phil now you're a scratch golfer. tell me what that means. that means that i play at a
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     adorned with a bunch of crystals. reem acra for $500, forget your bouquet. if you want to get creative, there's also. >> that looks good on you. >>> wedding wire.com has a #generator. you go online, i put in nikki battiste and my fiance dean simpson. it gives you fun #s. some of mine were on kyle simpson. like battiste simpson and can you feel the simpson tonight. if you want to, all of your guests anyone that instagrams a company called luster will send a printer and print master to print all of your instagram photos. >> i managed to break the selfie stick. >> this is your favorite. we were chatting about this. maid of social is a new duo of women maid of social. they are social media wedding planners. for $3,000 they will come to your wedding and make sure it is everywhere on twitter, instagram. >> that sounds awful. good luck.
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     escorted into his car and left the scene. police tell me they are both cooperating with investigating. and again this is all about that body that was found on 11th street on wednesday. a dismembered torso. they did say today that they have been able to determine it is a light skinned male. at this point the medical examiner has not been able to give an identity. they are hoping these incident that is have been developing very rapidly tonight may help shed some light on that and perhaps find out exactly how that body got there. >> to clarify here. two possible persons of interest here tonight. >> reporter: they definitely said that person of interest that was in the video, that that is the person of interest directly involved in this. the second person they said they were taking in for questioning and they could not elaborate on what the relationship was between the two people or why they wanted that person to also come in. but they are expecting to be interviewing them here tonight and expect to have more
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     every action we take, we know our kids are watching us. we as parents are the most important role model. let me tell you, barack and i take that same approach to our jobs as president and first lady wordse we know that our and actions matter, not just to our girls, but the children across this country. [cheering] kid to tell as i saw you on tv, i wrote the report on you for school. kids like the little black boy who looked up at my husband, his eyes wide with hope and he wondered, as my hair like yours? [cheering] it, thisistake about november, when we get to the polls, that is what we are decided. not democrat or republican, not left to right, in this election,
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     we lose 90 people a day from gun violence. this has gone on too long and it's time the entire country stood up against the nra.
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     grandparent. there's been that sort of catch-up. i think that's what the audience would have loved to have been in on, frankly. >> yeah. >> they've grown up with all of us on this show. they're curious to know the baby i left the show having just had is now a junior in college. oh, my god. where did the time go? >> yeah. knowing that he flew here by himself and we share the same birthday. he's going to be 91, i think. >> 26. >> absolutely. going backwards. i'm 77. but i was telling you i have a sister ten years older than i am. she can put you to shame with that hula hoop. >> oh, yeah? bring it on. >> oh, yeah? >> if we only had more than fiv. > thanks so mu. [ male announcer ] meet lafayette. we asked him to be part of an experiment to prove that febreze air effects can eliminate tough cooking odors. [ moderator ] take a deep breath and then tell me what you smell. wow. it takes you kinda to like an island. like a paradise. [ sniffs ] vanilla. [ sniffs ] i smell caramel, like a caramel candy.
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     >> did you have to hide your pregnancy? >> yeah. they'd hide me behind a potted palm or piece of furniture. >> yeah. >> it was amazing. >> that's in a good way that we've changed. >> now a prerequisite for a newscaster is to get pregnant and have the baby on the air. >> right when you need to sign your contract. >> exactly. >> so interesting that aspect of being on a morning show has changed. i got pregnant when i was on the "today" show -- >> also with gerry. >> it was reported that it was to save my job. it was to enhance my position here at nbc. and it's just very interesting how the idea of being a working mom has morphed so much. and really i think it's been reflected in this particular show. >> how is it seeing everybody? >> today has been great. >> somebody said it was like a college reunion. i think it's more like a high school reunion. those are the people you wanted to see. college reunion not really. high school reunion you want to see. you've heard the buzz in the background. tell me about your kids, who's in college, oh, my god, you're a grandparent.
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     there was sort of this readjust. and i think the show got much more serious then. but it's lightened up in the ten years since. >> we didn't have the kardashians but we had the gabors. >> you're right. >> shenanigans. >> absolutely. i'm sure they were on the "today" show as well. >> uh-huh. >> how did it change you personally and your life and career to have been on the "today" show? you were here before deborah. tell us. >> i was a broadway performer and because of that i started doing the jack paar show and they asked me to do the "today" show. i was thrilled because -- >> did it require a move from california to new york? >> i lived in new york then. i did the show for a year, got pregnant on the show. not on the show, actually. dave geroway wasn't that cheap. >> florence knows her men. yes, she does. >> we were unavailable. >> but the thing is, you know, being pregnant, i couldn't even say that word much less -- >> did you have to hide your
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     >> and here to help us celebrate are two former "today" hosts, florence henderson and deborah norville. >> hi, ladies. >> hi. >> the show has changed a lot since back in the day, hasn't it? >> it has. it keeps getting longer. >> we're talking about a fifth hour any day now. >> i'm sure. i'll be back for it. i'm here. >> what do you notice, deborah, the biggest changes over the years? >> from when i was there in the early '90s is it's a lot more loose. it's a lot more free. i think it's a reflection of what kind of the american pop culture level has been. you didn't have kardashians when i was on the show. nobody was dretszing up for halloween. your big homage maybe was you wore an orange shirt with your black suit. it was more stiff. but communism was ending when i was on the show. there was this sort of political upheaval going on. >> the cold war. >> it was ending and we were winning it. it just wasn't appropriate. and then, you know, fast forward, the same thing happened again in 2001. >> sure. >> when the towers came down. there was sort of this readjust.
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     >> and here to help us celebrate are two former "today" hosts, florence henderson and deborah norville. >> hi, ladies. >> hi. >> the show has changed a lot since back in the day, hasn't it? >> it has. it keeps getting longer. >> we're talking about a fifth hour any day now. >> i'm sure. i'll be back for it. i'm here. >> what do you notice, deborah, the biggest changes over the years? >> from when i was there in the early '90s is it's a lot more loose. it's a lot more free. i think it's a reflection of what kind of the american pop culture level has been. you didn't have kardashians when i was on the show. nobody was dretszing up for halloween. your big homage maybe was you wore an orange shirt with your black suit. it was more stiff. but communism was ending when i was on the show. there was this sort of political upheaval going on. >> the cold war. >> it was ending and we were winning it. it just wasn't appropriate. and then, you know, fast forward, the same thing happened again in 2001. >> sure. >> when the towers came down. there was sort of this readjust.
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